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Anja Stadler

Ph.D. Student in B5

 

University of Bonn
Institute of Crop Science and
Resource Conservation, INRES

Katzenburgweg 5
53115 Bonn
Germany

 

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Anja Stadler

SFB/TR32 - Project affiliations

B5 - modelling the spatio-temporal variability of crop and cropping system processes under heterogeneous field conditions

MGK - Integrated Research Training Group (IRTG) – all doctoral students

Doctoral research topic

Project start date: March 2011

Title: Calibration and evaluation of a crop model using remote sensing data

Advisor: Frank Ewert, Matthias Langensiepen

Other doctoral committee members: Karl Schneider, Anke Schickling

Scientific interests

  • Crop modelling
  • Crop physiology
  • Remote sensing

Education

2005-2011: Magister Artium Geography, University of Cologne

Thesis title: Untersuchung zur Parametrisierung des Phänologiemodells für Winterweizen im Pflanzenwachstumsmodell Biological

Fieldwork / Research assignments

  • Photosynthesis and crop (LAI, biomass...) measurements
  • Analysis of heterogeneity patterns in canopies on field scale
  • modelling crop growth

Professional memberships

Gesellschaft für Erdkunde zu Köln e.V.

European Society of Agronomy

American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America

Conference contributions

A. Stadler, S. Rudolph, M. Kupisch, M. Langensiepen, F. Ewert, 2014. Quantifying and modeling crop growth heterogeneity at the field scale. Talk. Annual Meeting of the German Society for Crop Sience, September 16-18, Vienna, Austria.

A. Stadler, S. Rudolph, M. Kupisch, M. Langensiepen, F. Ewert, 2014. Quantifying and modeling spatio-temporal crop growth variability at field scale. Poster. 13th Congress of the European Society for Agronomy, August 25-29, Debrecen, Hungary.

A. Stadler, S. Rudolph, M. Ali, M. Kupisch, C. Montzka, M. Langensiepen, F. Ewert, 2014. Modelling crop growth heterogeneity patterns using soil electrical conductivity maps. Poster. Global Vegetation Monitoring and modelling International Conference, February 3-7, Avignon, France.

A. Stadler, S. Rudolph, M. Kupisch, M. Langensiepen, J. van der Kruk, F. Ewert, 2013. Quantifying and modeling crop growth heterogeneity at the field scale. Talk. ASA, CSSA, & SSSA International Annual Meeting, November 3-6, Tampa, Florida, USA.

A. Stadler, M. Kupisch, M. Langensiepen, F. Ewert, 2012. Field heterogeneity as a crucial factor for improving crop growth simulations. Poster. Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU), San Francisco, California, USA.

A. Stadler, M. Kupisch, M. Langensiepen, F. Ewert, 2012. Improving crop growth simulations by taking into account soil heterogeneity. Poster. Proceedings of the 12th Congress of the European Society for Agronomy, August 20-24, 2012, Helsinki, Finland, pp. 308-309.

A. Stadler, M. Kupisch, M. Langensiepen, F. Ewert, 2012. Improving crop growth simulations by taking into account effects of field heterogeneity. Talk. Proceedings of the 32nd International Geographical Congress, 26-30 August 2012, Cologne, Germany, pp. 374-375.

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